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Euro Truck Simulator 2 is an open world truck simulator game developed and published by SCS Software for Microsoft Windows, Linux, and macOS and was initially released as open development on 19 October 2012. The game is a direct sequel to the 2008 game Euro Truck Simulator and it is the second video game in the Truck Simulator series. The game is non-linear with basic premise of the game being that the player can drive one of a choice of articulated trucks across a condensed depiction of Europe, picking up cargo from various locations and delivering it. As the game progresses, it is possible for the player to buy more vehicles and depots, as well as hire other drivers to work for them.
The game has sold over 9 million units as of March 2021, according to a press release by Renault Trucks.
Euro Truck Simulator 2 is a truck driving simulator with business management elements. Players drive trailer-hooked trucks in an open world rendition of Europe, delivering loads to a designated locations in order to be compensated with money and experience points. The payload must be delivered to the destination within a given amount of time, and with the least amount of damage to the goods as possible, in order to net the most money and experience points possible. Players will have to spend money on refuelling , toll costs in certain countries, and maintenance costs if damage is incurred.
When starting out, players choose their HQ’s location in any of the game map’s cities. At first, the player can only take what is known as quick jobs these jobs involve making hired driver deliveries while employed by a delivery company, with a provided truck and all expenses (fuel, road tolls, ferry crossings) covered. As the player earns money or takes bank loans, they can eventually afford to buy themselves a truck, acquire a home garage, and start accepting better-paying jobs by using their own truck instead of being a driver for hire with equipment being provided.
Money earned in the game can be spent on upgrading or purchasing new customizable trucks and ownable trailers, hiring NPC drivers to take on deliveries, buying more garages and expanding them to accommodate more trucks and drivers .The skills of the drivers hired by the player also grow with experience and the player can create a huge fleet of the trucks, each with the option of having their own trailer, and drivers to drive the fleet, in turn, expanding the business across Europe.
The player gains experience points after each delivery. A skill point is awarded after each level-up. Skill points can be used to unlock deliveries that require different ADR classes, longer distance deliveries, special cargo loads, fragile cargo loads, deliveries that are urgent and eco-driving. This progression allows the player to take on better-paying jobs. The base game features 71 cities in twelve countries, over twenty types of cargo and over fifteen fictional European companies. There are seven map DLCs that expand the game to more countries and locations, and multiple other truck and trailer DLCs.
The game also features a “Radio” feature, which allows players to play imported MP3 and OGG files. It also allows the player to listen to Internet radio.
The game includes two new truck companies, Scania and Renault, with MAN returning from the original game. Initially, DAF, Iveco, Mercedes-Benz and Volvo trucks were not officially licensed and had their names changed to DAV, Ivedo, Majestic and Valiant respectively. Later updates included the official branding for the DAF XF, Volvo FH, Iveco Stralis, Scania Streamline and Mercedes-Benz Actros.
In 2017 the new Scania S and R were introduced. The MAN TGX Euro 6 was added as a playable vehicle on 8 February 2019, followed by the Renault T on 26 September 2019. On 6 April 2021, Renault Trucks unveiled their new T-High range of trucks through a joint venture with SCS Software, becoming the first time a new truck has been announced through a video game. About three months later, on 10 June 2021 SCS Software announced the release of the new DAF XG and XG+ models, a day after their official reveal. Then, on 6 December of that year, the company announced the release of the EfficientLine 3 model of the MAN TGX, followed by the release of the new model of the DAF XF a few days later on 14 December.
Excluding downloadable packs, the base game features Austria, Belgium, Czech Republic, north-eastern France, Germany, northern Italy, Luxembourg, Netherlands, western Poland, Bratislava in Slovakia, Switzerland and the United Kingdom.
Part of SCS Software’s recent development philosophy for Euro Truck Simulator 2, amongst releasing paid downloadable map packs, is to improve old areas of the map. The initial reception from fans and media highlighted that areas such as the UK appeared to be unrealistic. As the initial game areas were mainly ported from older SCS Software games, these older areas did not stand up to the quality of recent expansion packs. Map updates are free. Early updates included the cities of Venice, Graz and Klagenfurt.
Update 1.26 included reworked parts of France, parts outside of Vive la France DLC. Update 1.30 prepared existing Italy areas for the Italia DLC. Germany was rebuilt in stages with Travemünde added in version 1.33, with overall improvements visible in versions 1.32, 1.35, 1.40 with Hannover rebuilt in 1.45. Several French cities received free updates. Update 1.37 brought changes to French cities of Dijon, Metz, Strasbourg and Reims, with reskin of Lille arriving in version 1.38, rebuild of Calais in version 1.39, and the rebuild of Lyon present in version 1.43. An entire rehaul of Austria was released as part of the version 1.44 update in May 2022.
Euro Truck Simulator 2 receives regular free updates since its release. Apart from general bug fixes, in these updates, new features are added that are typically too small to be a part of a DLC. Some notable free updates include: new dealerships, vegetation, truck sounds, AI vehicles, Oculus Rift support since 1.9, liftable axles since 1.14, Steam Workshop support since 1.23, ownable trailers since 1.33, Convoy multiplayer mode and Quick Travel feature since 1.41 and JOST-branded fifth wheels since 1.45.
The game was generally well received by critics, holding a score of 79/100 on Metacritic, indicating “generally favorable reviews”.
In a review for Destructoid, Jim Sterling praised the game’s accessibility, noting how easy the GPS and map features were to use, as well as the option to stream European internet radio, and the multitude of control options available. They also praised the graphics, stating that “[f]rom the shape of the traffic lights to the atmosphere of the backdrops, there’s a sense of individuality to each new territory you uncover, and the trucks themselves are lovingly recreated with an intricate level of detail”, although they did criticise the AI of the other vehicles on the road.
In a similarly favourable review, Tim Stone of PC Gamer called it “unexpectedly engrossing”, praising the size of the map and the variation of the roads and scenery available. He did however have reservations about the accuracy of the surroundings, commenting “no one seems to have told SCS’s countryside crafters that rural Britain features long green things called hedges. Cities are often depicted with the shortest of visual shorthand – a few warehouses, the odd landmark if you’re lucky.”
Rock, Paper, Shotgun listed Euro Truck Simulator 2 ninth on their list of “The 25 Best Simulation Games Ever Made”. In 2012, PC Gamer awarded the game with the accolade of “The Sim of The Year 2012”.
Initially released for Windows and available for purchase & download via SCS’s own website, the game would eventually be added to Steam in January 2013. Expanding beyond the Windows version, SCS announced in March 2013 that they were developing a Mac version of the game. One month later, they released a Linux beta version of the game to the public through Steam. On 27 February, they stated “the Mac OS port of ETS 2 is taking longer than anybody would like, but trust us, we are still working hard on it.”
On 19 December 2014, SCS Software announced on their blog that the OS X version of the game is ready for a public beta available on Steam. On 21 January 2015, a 64-bit version of Euro Truck Simulator 2 was released, which allows for more memory to be used by the game.
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